Empty rows or big applause?

Keep your distance or wear a mask?

There was great joy when theaters and cinemas, festivals and opera houses were finally allowed to open again, followed by disappointment, because the imperative to keep away leads to empty rows. The mask as an alternative to keeping a distance was not up for discussion. This was not expected to be expected of the visitors, and a faceless audience means little inspiration for the artists. But there is another way. With a mask, distances can be reduced, audience rooms are well filled again and applause in front of a full house is guaranteed. The unique design of SMILE and be safe leaves enough space for breathing freely, but the mouth-nose protection closes well on all sides. The feather-light mask (only 36 grams) leaves eyes and ears free and thus enables unimpaired cultural enjoyment.

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